Jennifer Sparrow

Interim Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs


101 West 31st Street, 7th Fl.

New York, NY 10009

Phone: (212) 652-2040

Fax: (646) 344-7269

Jennifer Sparrow, Interim Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, holds a BA in communications and an MA in English from Michigan State University, and a PhD in English literature from Wayne State University, with a special interest in writers from the Caribbean.  Her essays on Caribbean literature have appeared in edited volumes and scholarly journals include Wadabagei and MaComère. With Elizabeth Nuñez, she co-edited Stories from Blue Latitudes: Caribbean Women Writers at Home and Abroad (Seal/Avalon Press, 2005).

Before coming to CUNY SPS, Jennifer was a professor and an administrator at Medgar Evers College, CUNY.

Recent News

CAEL CPL Equity Award 2024 Seal

CUNY SPS Is Among Winners of Inaugural Credit for Prior Learning Equity Award

May 21, 2024

The School was recognized for its innovative Jump Start admissions program. 

Two female CUNY SPS faculty pose with female graduating nursing student at nursing convocation ceremony

Nursing Students Feted During Convocation and Pinning Ceremony

May 17, 2024

Nearly 200 nursing graduates earning their bachelor's and master's received nursing pins during a moving and heartfelt ceremony.

New On-Ramps at CUNY SPS

November 06, 2023

The Job

CUNY SPS colleagues Jennifer Sparrow, interim senior associate dean for academic affairs, and Holli Broadfoot, experiential learning director, discussed Google Career Certificates and the School's IT Pathways Partnerships in The Job, a newsletter about the connections between education and the workforce. (Their piece, entitled "New On-Ramps at CUNY SPS" is the second item in the newsletter.)

How To Make the Student Experience Better With Outcome-Driven Assessment

November 17, 2022


In a two-part podcast hosted by Digication, CUNY SPS Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Jennifer Sparrow discusses outcome-driven education with an emphasis on the use of teaching and learning technologies to improve the student experience.